Street-level crime in Northallerton

Crime for Northallerton

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

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Police station and neighbourhood policing team

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Hambleton neighbourhood policing team

Contact the team

You can contact the team via email at SNAStokesley@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk, SNAthirsk@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk / SNAeasingwold@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk, SNANorthallerton@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk or SNABedale@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk or to speak to an Neighbourhood team member about an on going cases ring 101, selection option 2 and dial in the team members collar number, shown below before their name.

For all other enquires please ring 101 and selection option 1 and always report crime through either 101 or in emergencies through 999.

PS Chris Ross

Police Sergeant for Stokesley

Sgt Jerry Perrin

Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant for Bedale, Thirsk and Easingwold District

Sgt Simon Wilson

Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant for Northallerton District.

I supervise a dedicated team of officers whose primary role is to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and vulnerability in Northallerton and its surrounding villages. We do this through targeted engagement and proactive partnership working through our excellent network of contacts, delivering our goal to improve the quality of life for the community of Northallerton today and for the future.

PC Jonathan Harrison

Thirsk Beat Manager

PC Lee Anderson

I am the Beat Manager for Northallerton North, South, Brompton, Romanby, and the surrounding villages. I have responsibility for problem solving and supporting the safeguarding of the community in partnership with local agencies. I am the Beat Manager for Northallerton North, South, Brompton, Romanby, and the surrounding villages. I have responsibility for problem solving and supporting the safeguarding of the community in partnership with local agencies.

PC Lauren Wilkinson

I am the Northallerton Beat Manager

PCSO Danielle Kovacs

Police Community Support Officer responsible for Northallerton

PCSO Emily Knights

Police Community Support Officer responsible for Norrthallerton

PC Sarah Norman

Sarah is the Bedale District Beat Manager

PC Matthew Balmforth

Easingwold Beat Manager

PCSO Emma Ellington

Police Community Support Officer responsible for Stokesley Town, Hutton Rudby, Newby, Seamer & Middleton on Leven. Emma has responsibility for the PubWatch scheme and traveller liaison.

PCSO Ian MacDonald

Police Community Support Officer for the Bedale District

PCSO James Crawford

Police Community Support Officer responsible for Stokesley Town, Hutton Rudby, Potto, Crathorne & Ingleby Arncliffe. James has responsibility for DotPeen property marking and the ShopWatch Scheme.

PCSO Heather Lees

Police Community Support Officer for the Bedale District

PCSO Gina Lodge

Police Community Support Officer responsible for Great Ayton, Carlton-in-Cleveland, Faceby, Swainby, Scugdale and Osmotherley. Gina also has responsibility for managing events and joint working with the North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service.

PCSO Nigel Warby

Police Community Support Officer for Thirsk

PCSO Kate Graham

Police Community Support Officer responsible for Thirsk

PCSO Paul Enbom

Police Community Support Officer for the Bedale District

PCSO Nicki Pounder

Police Community Support Officer for Thirsk

PCSO Angela Smith

I am the Police Community Support Officer for Northallerton District's Romanby Ward. I also have responsibility for working closely with Northallerton School and Sixth Form College and supported accommodation in my ward including The Crossing, Maggie Neil House and Kirk House.

PCSO Mike Crosthwaite

Mike is an Easingwold PCSO

PCSO Kimberly Laws

I am the Police Community Support Officer for the rural areas of Northallerton including the wards of Bagby and Thorntons, Morton on Swale and Appleton Wiske and Smeaton. I will also be working closely with Smeaton, Cowton, Ainderby and South Otterington Primary Schools. I also hope to meet you at engagement events being held throughout my area which will be advertised on our webpage and through social media.

PCSO Chris Wood

Police Community Support Officer for Easingwold

PCSO Alex Bilby

I am the Police Community Support Officer for Northallerton North & Brompton Wards. I will be working closely with Brompton, Mill Hill and Alverton Primary Schools and engaging with our wider community at Mencap, Northdale, Priory Close. I also have responsibility for engagement and developing our excellent relation with our local children’s homes.

PCSO Dougie Beverige

I am the Police Community Support Officer for Northallerton South Ward, I will be working closely with Romanby, Applegarth, Broomfield and Sacred Heart Primary Schools. I am also the local liaison for the The Friarage Hospital and supported accommodation at Rivendale and Lascelles Court.

PCSO Nicki Dunn

Police Community Support Officer responsible for Great Ayton, Broughton & Greenhow, Kildale, Chop Gate, Bilsdale, Battersby, Easby, Kirkby & Busby. Nicki also has responsibility for liaison with National Parks and a number of schools in the area.

PC Sam Geraghty

Police Constable responsible for Stokesley Town, Newby, Seamer, Middleton on Leven, Potto, Hutton Rudby, Crathorne & Ingleby Arncliffe. Sam also has responsibility for managing the Shop, Pub and Allotment Watch schemes.

PC Lisa Jones

Police Constable responsible for Great Ayton, Broughton & Greenhow, Chop Gate, Bilsdale, Kildale, Battersby, Easby, Busby, Kirkby, Carlton, Faceby, Swainby & Osmotherley. Lisa is also responsible for Rural Watch and joint working with Police Support Volunteers and North York Moors National Parks.

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